Whole Coriander Seeds

Ingredients
Whole Moroccan coriander seeds (Morocco)
Also Available
Ground Coriander

Family
Apiaceae (celery, carrot, or parsley family)
Genus
Coriandrum (coriander herbs)
Species
C. sativum (cultivated coriander)

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Whole Coriander Seeds
$2.99
1/2 Cup Glass Jar (1.4 oz)
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Flavor Profile
warm, mellow, sweet; hints of citrus
Ingredients
Whole Moroccan coriander seeds (Morocco)
Also Available
Ground Coriander

Family
Apiaceae (celery, carrot, or parsley family)
Genus
Coriandrum (coriander herbs)
Species
C. sativum (cultivated coriander)


Flavor Profile
warm, mellow, sweet; hints of citrus
Free Sample
included with every order!

About Whole Coriander Seeds

Coriander seeds have a lovely mild flavor that is warm and sweet with hints of citrus. Many cooks prefer to enhance their flavor before using by lightly toasting in a pan. Some even go so far as to toast whole coriander seeds, add a little olive oil and salt, and eat them as a crunchy snack.

There are two types of coriander seeds — Moroccan coriander and Indian coriander. These seeds are Moroccan coriander seeds which are more common in the United States. They are round, with slight ridges, and a light brown color. Indian coriander seeds are oval shaped with more of a yellow color.

Whole coriander seeds are used in meat rubs, roasts, and fish dishes. They are a common ingredient in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. You’ll find them in rice dishes, curries, chutneys, and some flatbread and naan recipes. Coriander seeds are also a pretty common pickling ingredient.

Fun fact: coriander oil was listed as one of the original ingredients in the secret recipe for Coca-Cola.


$2.99
1/2 Cup Glass Jar (1.4 oz)
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